11 9" diameter dinner plates in Cauldon pattern H9120. This is an extremely rare pattern. You won't find it anyw else E-Bay. Replacements Ltd occasionally has a single piece in this pattern. The pattern dates from around 1900. The design is floral, combining transfer patterns overlaid with hand applied glazes on a bone-white china body. The colors are very bright, dominated by a bright aqua band on the rim. The rim itself is brown. The floral patterns are multicolored over brick red linear designs. The condition overall of these pieces is very good. They show some mild signs of wear, and we are certain that the family these came from at one time used them as everday china. The glaze overall is hard and bright. T are occasional pits and discolorations (including rust) mostly on the underside of the plates. The brown glaze on the rim of several of the plates is worn in spots. These came from a New England Estate, and are extremely hard to find. We are also separately listing many other items in this rare pattern.401
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